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So this weekend was working on her car (2015 Camaro RS) - she's a gamer (World of Warcraft) and wanted to make her car a little more 'her car.'  

 

Started late Saturday, but finished up yesterday afternoon installing the black carbon fiber hood spears, side & mirror stripes, and WoW decals on her car.  She also found a set of stainless WoW plate frames, which I put on yesterday.

 

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I like these stripes on this car a lot better than the same ones in burgundy on her gray one (which got totaled last August when some jerk crashed into us on the freeway).

 

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Eric

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Way cool. I would never have the patience eye to put those stripes on.

 

I like the new car colors a lot better, that red is HOT

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You do nice work, well done. You did sanitized any tools you used to prevent cross contamination when you work on the Mustang, didn't you? Just kidding! Chuck

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Looks great!

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For the horde! I played for the first 7 years, awesome game!

 

The car is nice too ;-)

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You do nice work, well done. You did sanitized any tools you used to prevent cross contamination when you work on the Mustang, didn't you? Just kidding! Chuck

 

But, of course. ;)  :whistling:  :bravo:

Eric

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You do nice work, well done. You did sanitized any tools you used to prevent cross contamination when you work on the Mustang, didn't you? Just kidding! Chuck

 

But, of course. ;)  :whistling:  :bravo:

 

I was sure you would have but, wanted to confirm. Trust but, verify I suppose. Chuck

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Stripes look great, just need some black rims to tie it all together.

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Never!  I can't stand the thought of black rims (on my stuff).  Whenever I see black rims on cool cars, it makes me think, "Wow, I guess they couldn't afford to buy some nice wheels, so they just painted 'em instead... that, or the hubcaps popped off."  It reminds me of the vintage pictures of when people would take their old cars to the drag strip and remove the hubcaps for racing.

 

Don't get me wrong - I won't bash anybody's choice for what they prefer on their cars, they're just not for me.

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